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He was the youngest comedian to perform a solo season in London's West End, at the age of 19; he tours widely internationally; signed a DVD deal with BBC Worldwide's 2Entertain label at aged 20; and has appeared on networked US television programmes including multiple appearances on Conan Sloss was born in Kingston upon Thames and moved with his family to Fife in Scotland at the age of four.He attended East Wemyss Primary School and secondary school at Waid Academy in Anstruther.Life in 2D ran for 10 days in the Espionage venue as part of the Free Fringe.That same Fringe, aged 17, Sloss became one of the youngest-ever finalists in the UK's premier So You Think You're Funny?He also appeared on the Pete Holmes Show, @Midnight, The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson and back in the UK was featured on ITV's Sunday Night at the Palladium. In the first half of 2017 he featured on Comedy Central's Drunk History re-telling the story of William Wallace (portrayed by Keith Allen) as well as the Dave Channel's Dara O’Briain's Go 8 Bit.Along with a number of fellow comedians, including Kai Humphries and Tom Stade, he wrote, co-produced and starred in 6-part internet sitcom M. Later that autumn Sloss appeared on Comedy Central's Roast Battle with his episode's battle with USA's Desiree Burch getting the highest ratings of the series.
The show later transferred to London for a season at the Soho Theatre in September before returning to London during the tour playing at the Bloomsbury Theatre in November.This was followed by a 50-date national tour in the autumn.In 2012 he performed a 50-date UK tour of Daniel Sloss - The Show.He was the first stand-up comedian to perform on Channel 4's Paul O'Grady Show (2009) and was commissioned by the BBC in April 2010 for a broadcast sitcom pilot, The Adventures of Daniel, which transmitted on 23 August 2010.He featured on series 2 of BBC1's Michael Mc Intyre's Comedy Roadshow on 18 September 2010, and two weeks later on the first series of BBC2's The Rob Brydon Show alongside Stephen Fry as well as on Channel 4's 8 out of 10 Cats.
This show became his first ever headline live tour, and went on to tour Scotland throughout the autumn of 2010.